Wednesday, January 30, 2008

A room in New York

Some of you asked for some pictures of the interior of the hotel. Well, unfortunatley I don't have pictures of the restaurants and the New York City Bar (too busy enjoying them all!) but I managed to take some pictures of my room, wich has a very nice backside story. We had booked a lake view room but when we entered our room we found the housekeeping still working in it. Almost instantly a manager came, apologised and gave us an upgrade to a room with a an even better view! That's service! Here our room:


Here's the stunning view from our spot in the sky. Disney's Newport Bay Club is in the background on the left. At the bottom, the ice rink.

A closer view of the Lake Disney and the huge structure of the Newport.
Here's the view from our first room: we could see the Disney Village with the old imposing steel pillars, wich I miss so much, and...

a very ynique view of the Disneyland Hotel, the peak of Big Thunder Mountain and the top Indiana Jone and the Temple of Peril!

2 comments:

Biblioadonis aka George said...

Thanks!

It looks like it is was a beautiful place to stay. It is strange to see a Disney park in the winter. We are so used to seeing Orlando and Anaheim skies.

Massimo said...

I'd love to be used to those skies too, even though I must admit I learnt to appreciate the park in a freezing cold winter and now, I slightly prefer it during the cold months. Furthermore summer days at Disneyland Paris (quite often) feature oppressive white skies and a hot and humid weather!